Thousands attend the historical Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha in Dhule
Along with Central Minister of State for Defence
Dr.Subhash Bhamare former peoples’ representatives
and office bearers of various political parties attend the Sabha
Dhule, Decmber 25, (news) – At the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha organised at the Gindodiya Compound Maidan by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on December 25, 2017 thousands of dedicated Hindus pledged to keep the flame of forming a Hindu nation burning along with the blessings of Shri Ekviradevi, the Family Deity (Kuladevata) of Kanhadesh.
The atmosphere at the public meeting was charged with slogans of ‘Hail the Hindu nation’, ‘Hail Mahadev’, ‘Long live Chatrapati Shivaji’ and ‘Long live Chatrapati Sambhaji’. The flame of Dharma Consciousness was kindled here in the presence of President of the Shriram Yuva Sena, Bharatiya Janata Party’s staunch Hindu activist legislator Mr. T. Rajasingh, Sanatan Santha’s preacher Sadguru Nandakumar Jadhav, Samiti’s Maharashtra Founder Mr. Sunil Ghanwat and Mrs. Kshipra Juwekar of Ranaragini Shakha.
This meeting which will go down in the annals of history commenced with blowing of the conch. Then Sadguru Nandakumar Jadhav lit the lamp. Amidst victory slogans of Hail Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj legislator Mr. T. Rajasingh offered a floral garland to the statue of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj present on the dais. This was followed by recitation of Vedic verses filled with Divine Consciousness, by a scholar priest. Thereafter speakers addressing the crowds of thousands attending the public meeting, with their radiant speeches, kindled the torch for forming a Hindu nation.
A follow-up meeting after the Sabha to decide the future course of action with respect to Dharma is scheduled at Agrawal Bhavan, Uss Galli, Dhule on December 28, 2017 at 7 p.m. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has appealed to all Hindus to attend it in large numbers.
- The speakers for the Hindu Dharmajagruti were accorded a warm welcome
and led to the venue by 500 youths dancing the famous local dance of Dhule ‘Bara Pavli’.
- Most businessmen from the city had granted their employees a holiday to be able to attend the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha.
- A businessman postponed his trip and provoked acquaintances to attend the Dharmajagruti Sabha.
- Young men and women from Dhule town participated in large numbers amidst playing of drums and lezim (jingling cymbals).
- Some had taken leave from office to be able to attend the Dharmajagruti Sabha.
- An effigy of a cow and calf was erected on behalf of Mr. Bapuji Shelar, President of Dwarkadhish Pratishthan.
- By hoisting saffron flags along the road and around the venue of the meeting the atmosphere was saffronised.
- At the venue to facilitate viewing two LED screens were put up for the audience.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat